Whitney Johnson, an executive coach, argues that on-the-job learning is the key to keeping people motivated. When managers understand that, and understand where the people they manage are on their individual learning curve — the low end, the sweet spot, or the high end — employees are engaged, productive, and innovative. Johnson is the author of the book “Build an A-Team: Play to Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve.”
If you're into wine & business, you really don't want to miss this episode of AskGaryVee where I sit down with my friend Clay Shannon of Shannon Ridge Wines and chop it up around the business behind selling, producing and everything around wines. I really think him and I have great chemistry, which is why I truly believe this was an all-time episode - we cover more than just wine, focusing heavily on small businesses trying to make a come up, and strategies for those businesses. Check out Shannon Ridge Wines here: https://www.shannonridge.com/ and hit them up on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonridgewines/
The IMF's urged the Government not to cut taxes in the upcoming budget, to protect against future fiscal shocks. DCU professor of economics Edgar Morgenroth, Cliff Taylor and Eoin Burke-Kennedy discuss why Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe would do well to heed the warning, contained in the fund's latest assessment of State’s economic performance. They also discuss whether Ireland is headed for another property bubble, if it is time for price parity between petrol and diesel, and why the government must get the planning for MetroLink right, if it is get any bang for its buck. But first, Peter Hamilton has a roundup of some of the week’s other stories, including Glanbia chief executive Siobhán Talbot being named The Irish Times Business Person of the Year for 2018
Advisor to Billionaire's, Athletes, Celebrities and some of the top leaders in the world! Tony Robbins is the go to guy for Success strategies and Joel Brown had the fortunate opportunity to chat with Tony about achieving success in this half an hour exclusive interview on the Addicted2Success Podcast!
How can you be an outlier in a world full of people dedicated to mediocrity? How can you train yourself to be mentally tough, accomplish critical tasks, and set goals and dreams for yourself that stretch you beyond your comfort zone into the highest levels of greatness? In this episode, bestselling author and performance coach Ben Newman rejoins the MFCEO crew and Andy Frisella shares his thoughts on everything from the practice of visualization to his favorite tool: The Power List.
"Just quit the job you hate & do what you love." We hear that all the time, don't we? But that's terrible advice. Because in order to get the opportunity to do something you love, you're going to have to do something you hate...for a long time. In this episode, I talk about the process that everyone who starts from zero & builds 7,8, & 9-figure enterprise KNOWS you have to go through. And I talk about the motive & mindset that drives the person who, when everyone else has quit, is the last one standing.
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As a lot of you know, I'm extremely passionate about small businesses - from helping grow my dad's wine & liquor store, to launching Vaynermedia as a small business I've lived and breathed this world, which is why I decided to jump in even further to #SmallBusinessWeek and give you some tips to help grow / start / ideate your business regardless of what stage you're in ;)
T. Harv Eker, the Best Selling Author of Secrets of The Millionaire Mind shares his insights and unforgettable advice on creating a life with abundant wealth and success. The strategies he shares will change the way you view money forever!
Really enjoyed having this conversation with Big Baby because I think that it gives a lot of you guys extra context on how you need to be authentic on social media in order to become more relatable and interesting to your audience. Telling your audience small things about you like what your favorite candy is will result in you getting a more involved/engaged audience. Also, pay attention to what I said about how to hack attention on Twitch... it's important ;)
Det är dags för de lite mindre bolagen att rapportera och Börspodden går såklart igenom de mest intressanta Q1:orna. John har återfunnit optimismen och hittat några spännande bolag och även Johan ser några få intressanta case. Den svenska kronan blir bara svagare och svagare och Börspodden försöker reda ut vad det betyder för aktiemarknaden.
President Trump calls some criminal illegal immigrants "animals," White House still plans on talks with North Korea, and a quarter of Americans spend all day inside.
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Det snackas en hel del läkemedel i dagens Börslunch. Dessutom bjuds det på en intervju med BTS Groups vd Henrik Ekelund.
#Sparpodden 234! Vi får återbesök av Sean George och denna gången tillsammans med sin kollega Ulf Erlandsson. Hur gör ränteexperter med sina lån. Varför klimathoten bör tas på högsta allvar redan idag. Vad säger den volatilitet som vi ser just nu om framtiden. Ett riktigt roligt avsnitt och samtidigt matnyttigt på kunskap.
Are businesses happy with the Trump Era? Do we need to break the cosy relationship between auditors and their clients? And why large companies are choosing to invest in Central Europe. Philip Coggan hosts
Joel Brown interviews multi millionaire Grant Cardone to discover how to create a multi million dollar empire from the bottom up.
The Commonwealth Bank has been cleared of "ulterior motive" theories that it systematically defaulted loans in its Bankwest arm in the wake of the global financial crisis. Senior counsel assisting the financial services Royal Commission Michael Hodge QC said the clawback theories were "not supported by the facts". The Royal Commission has been told of the risks of parents guaranteeing loans for their adult children where the family home has been put up as collateral. ABC's Peter Ryan is covering the Royal Commission.
Is getting stabbed good for business? In this first conversation of the podcast, Andy Frisella, CEO of Supplement Superstores and 1st Phorm International, explains the purpose of the podcast and shares how he was brutally stabbed, left for dead, but eventually recovered and learned the importance of overcoming adversity for success in business and life. The key is to develop a mindset that knows how “to turn adversity into an asset.” This is a provocative, motivating conversation that drives home what all successful people have in common: the ability to find the good in the bad.
Time to rise and grind. GaryVee gets you ready for your day like only he can.